Local police offer help to victims of stalking

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Posted: January 23, 2013

The Winchester Star

Winchester Police Chief Kevin Sanzenbacher and Lt. Amanda Ritter listen during a news conference at the Frederick County Public Safety Building Tuesday where new stalking kits were introduced.
KC Bohrer of the Frederick County Sheriff's Office holds a kit that contains items for gathering, preserving and documenting stalking cases. The kits were introduced during a news conference Tuesday. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Melissa Nilsen, domestic violence prevention coordinator at the Laurel Center in Winchester, speaks during the news conference. In the background is Lauren Cummings, Winchester Police Department spokeswoman, and Bohrer.

WINCHESTER — Local law enforcement is taking a step to further protect victims of stalking.

At a press conference on Tuesday, safety kits for victims of stalking were introduced by representatives of…



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